Scout HR - Cardiac Screening Kit - Powered by Striiv

Are you or someone you know at risk of stroke?

Nearly 3 million people have heart conditions that increase their risk of stroke. Unfortunately, it often goes undiagnosed.

Irregular heart rhythms increase your risk of stroke by 500%.

Irregular heart rhythms, also known as arrhythmias, increase your risk of stroke, heart failure, and dementia.

Multiple factors can determine if you may have an arrhythmia. Understand the signs and see if you may have an increased risk.

Learn more about arrhythmias

Scout HR identifies arrhythmias that may increase your risk.

We developed an easy-to-use screening kit that measures your heart rhythm. Simply wear the wristband, collect data, and we will send you two reports: one for you and one for your doctor.

See sample reports:

User report | Doctor report

This product is not intended to treat or diagnose any disease. We recommend that you consult with your physician to understand and determine your overall risk.

How it works

Your risk assessment in three easy steps.

1. Wear the device

Simply wear the device and push the button to start data collection.

2. Mail it back

After 10 days, send the device back in the postage-paid box via USPS.

3. Get your results

When we receive your device, we’ll process the data and send you a report.

We've made it easier for you to get the results you need.

Unlike invasive implants or uncomfortable patches, Scout is an easy-to-use cardiac screen that utilizes advanced PPG sensor technology to identify your heart rhythm patterns.

Get Scout HR and see if you may be at risk.

The Scout HR Assessment uses raw PPG data from a consumer-grade wearable to detect patterns in your heart rate for the purpose of reporting and interpreting health risks. It is not intended to diagnose any disease. The relevance of each report may vary based on ethnicity and age. Each assessment describes if a person has heart rate patterns associated with a higher risk of developing a disease, but does not describe a person's overall risk of developing the disease. These reports are not intended to tell you anything about your current state of health, or to be used to make medical decisions, including whether or not you should take a medication or how much of a medication you should take. All data should be shared with your medical provider to determine the actual existence, likelihood, and risk of developing a medical condition or experiencing a medical event.